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SOME GEOMETRIC PROPERTY OF BANACH SPACES-PROPERTY (Ck)

  • Lee, Chongsung;Cho, Kyugeun
    • Korean Journal of Mathematics
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    • v.17 no.3
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    • pp.237-244
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    • 2009
  • In this paper, we define property ($C_k$) and show that Property ($C_k$) implies property ($C_{k+1}$). The converse does not hold. Moreover, we prove that property ($C_k$) implies the Banach-Saks property.

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A Study on Arbitration Qualification of Intellectual Property Right Dispute - Focus on Korea and China - (지적재산권분쟁의 중재적격에 관한 연구 -한국과 중국을 중심으로-)

  • Choi, Song-Za
    • Journal of Arbitration Studies
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    • v.21 no.2
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    • pp.27-46
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    • 2011
  • In the intellectual based society of the 21th century, intellectual property of nation and enterprise management has been the key element of nation's competitiveness and development. Therefore in countries like Korea, China, and many other countries, intellectual property of advancement strategy are being constructed and intellectual properties are protected at national level. Top priority task of protecting the intellectual property is to efficiently resolute intellectual property right disputes. Considering the nature of intellectual property right and arbitrage system, arbitration to solve intellectual property disputes is realistically the best method. However, not all cases of them are qualified. In order to relieve the intellectual property disputes through arbitration, qualification must be obtained. During the process, generally and globally, intellectual property right dispute is evaluated by three parts, intellectual property right contract dispute, intellectual property right violation dispute, and intellectual property right validity dispute. Based on UN's "Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Agreement" in 1958, June 10th, in New York, both arbitrage organization and judgment can be approved in both Korea and China countries. However, as of today, there is a big gap of arbitration qualification between two countries, which can be troublesome if intellectual property right disputes arise. For instance, in Korea, intellectual property right contract disputes and intellectual property right violation disputes are both generally accepted as arbitration qualification. However for intellectual property right validity dispute, arbitration qualification is only accepted for non-registered intellectual property as in copyright entity. It does not apply to other registered intellectual property right as in patents. In China, arbitration qualification is accepted for intellectual property right contract dispute, and also accepted for intellectual property right violation dispute to copyrights but restricted to others. As for intellectual property right validity dispute, arbitration qualification is completely denied. Therefore, when there is an intellectual property right dispute between Korea and China, the biggest problem is whether China will accept arbitrage judgments made in Korea. Theoretically, arbitrage judgement made in Korea should be also accepted in China's court. However, considering the criticism of China's passive nature of arbitration qualification for its own local intellectual property right disputes, it's very unlikely they'll actively accept arbitrary judgment made in foreign countries. Korea and China must have a more open minded approach for intellectual property disputes and arbitration qualification. Base on WTO's Intellectual Property Right Agreement, it's being defined as private right. Therefore, sovereign principle should be the basic principle of solving intellectual property right disputes. Currently, arbitration qualification is expanding internationally. So both Korea and China must also follow the trend expand the arbitration qualification with a more open minded and forward looking approach, for the good of intellectual property disputes.

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TOPOLOGICAL STABILITY OF INVERSE SHADOWING SYSTEMS

  • Lee, Keonhee;Lee, Joonhee
    • Journal of the Chungcheong Mathematical Society
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.53-63
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    • 2000
  • The inverse shadowing property of a dynamical system is an "inverse" form of the shadowing property of the system. Recently, Kloeden and Ombach proved that if an expansive system on a compact manifold has the shadowing property then it has the inverse shadowing property. In this paper, we study topological stability of the inverse shadowing dynamical systems. In particular, we show that if an expansive system on a compact manifold has the inverse shadowing property then it is topologically stable, and so it has the shadowing property.

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Structure of the Concordance Matrix Related to Extended Group Divisible Designs

  • Bae Jong-Sung;Kim Sea-Young
    • Communications for Statistical Applications and Methods
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    • v.13 no.1
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    • pp.135-140
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    • 2006
  • The paper by Paik (1985) introduced a structural property of the designs which was related to the concordance matrix $NN^{t}$ of the design. This special property was termed Property-C. The designs which have Property-C need not calculation of the generalize inverse of C matrix for solution of reduced normal equation. Paik also mentioned that some block designs belong to Property-C. This paper show the Extended Group Divisible designs defined by Hinkelmann (1964) are included in Property-C.

THE SEPARABLE WEAK BOUNDED APPROXIMATION PROPERTY

  • Lee, Keun Young
    • Bulletin of the Korean Mathematical Society
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.69-83
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    • 2015
  • In this paper we introduce and study the separable weak bounded approximation properties which is strictly stronger than the approximation property and but weaker than the bounded approximation property. It provides new sufficient conditions for the metric approximation property for a dual Banach space.

Survey of Intellectual Property Rights in the Ergonomics Field in Korea

  • Park, Jemo;Hwang, Jung Bo;Jung, Hwa Shik
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.34 no.5
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    • pp.487-499
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    • 2015
  • Objective: The purpose of this study was to analyze the trend of ergonomics field in overall intellectual property rights in Korea, and suggest the direction for the future development. Background: Many ergonomists are trying to pursue optimal human well-being and safety, and create more convenient designs for human use. For these reasons, intellectual property rights may be used to protect the legitimate rights of originative and innovative ergonomic designs. Method: Intellectual property rights were reviewed by using Korea Intellectual Property Rights Information Service (KIPRIS), and then were classified and analyzed according to three intellectual property rights (patent, utility model, design), International Patent Classification (IPC) and ergonomics application areas. Results: The total number of intellectual property rights registered in the ergonomics field in terms of three intellectual property rights (patent, utility model, design) showed 48,814 which occupied 5.97% of the total registered Korea's intellectual property rights. Within three intellectual property rights, patent (87%) was recorded overwhelmingly higher than utility model (9%) and design (4%). Conclusion: The current trend of patent, utility model and design in the ergonomics field in Korea tend to increase over time. It is suggested based on the analysis in this study that continuing research and development should be focused on electricity section in accordance with the global trend. Application: The results of this study can direct the ergonomists to the areas of intellectual property rights in the ergonomics field that should focus on the research and development in terms of three intellectual property rights, IPC and ergonomics application areas.

An Empirical Study to Support Intellectual Property Strategy Planning in Firms : The Use of Intellectual Property Roadmap (지식재산 전략유형별 R&D 특성분석과 지식재산로드맵 활용방안)

  • Cho, Chanwoo;Lee, Sungjoo
    • Journal of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers
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    • v.41 no.6
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    • pp.559-571
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    • 2015
  • To strengthen competences, most of firms have co-operated with external partners. This increases the possibility of unexpected conflicts between firms due to the intellectual property litigation. A suitable intellectual property strategy for firms has to be developed to settle this issue. This study aims to analyze an utilization of intellectual property strategy in firms, and tries to suggest a concept of IP roadmap to support intellectual property strategy planning aligned with technology planning process. For the purposes, we derive five types of intellectual property strategy of firms using Korea Innovation Survey. Then, we explore significant affecting factors using a decision-tree and conduct in-depth analysis for them. Lastly, we suggest a concept of IP roadmap, which can be a supporting tool for developing intellectual property strategy in firms, based on analysis results.

Limitations and Challenges of Ergonomics Regarding Intellectual Property

  • Park, Hee Sok
    • Journal of the Ergonomics Society of Korea
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    • v.34 no.5
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    • pp.469-471
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    • 2015
  • Objective: The objective of this paper is to review the interests and limitations of ergonomics regarding intellectual property. Background: There have been less interests in intellectual property among the ergonomics professionals. However, the importance of intellectual property is increasing as competitions in industry are getting fierce. Method: Literatures on the relations of intellectual property with ergonomics were examined, and the international patent classification system was studied. Results: No profound studies were found in the area of the relations of intellectual property with ergonomics. Ergonomics was not considered in patent classification. Conclusion: It is important to induce more interests regarding intellectual property to the community of ergonomics. Further studies are expected on the relations of intellectual property with ergonomics. Application: The results from this paper would be of help to inducing ergonomists to more interests in intellectual property.

A Note on the Weak* Radon Nikodym Property

  • Yoon, Ju Han
    • Journal of the Chungcheong Mathematical Society
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    • v.3 no.1
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    • pp.121-124
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    • 1990
  • In this paper, we introduce the notion of the compact range property and $weak^*$ Radon Nikodym property. We prove that the compact range property, weak Radon Nikodym property and $weak^*$ Radon Nikodym property in dual Banach space are all equivalent. Other related results and discussed.

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